It’s probably a given that Apple’s iPhone is the most popular in the United States, where the handset first launch in June, 2007. But that’s not where Apple’s market share is growing the most, especially in the near future.
Even though tons of us use Google Docs or some other cloud feature,
there's always that annoying moment when you want to work on something
and realize you created it and saved it to your work computer. Or you
stayed up late working on something at home, then get to work and
realize you don't have access.
LogMeIn solves that problem and
with the launch of LogMeIn Pro2 for Mac Beta, they've made it a snap
for those of us on the Mac end of the equation.
When it comes to their 3G network, they have certainly been "talking the talk" lately. But, if and when Apple and the iPhone come calling, Verizon feels that their network will also be able to "walk the walk."
AT&T is constantly finding itself on the hot seat as Apple’s exclusive iPhone partner in the United States, particularly for comments made last week that inferred that iPhone data hogs may soon pay more if they use more. But now, the company seems to be backing off of that unpopular stance.